If you find a good moisturizer, hold onto it. That’s exactly what Drew Barrymore did when she found the Olay’s Micro-Sculpting Cream Moisturizer. The actress has been using it for a over decade, and it’s now on sale for less than $26. Barrymore, who has her own beauty line (Flower Beauty), knows a thing or two about the importance of skin-care, so when she says she’s been using a moisturizer for that long, we fully trust her.
Like many celebrities, Drew fell under the spell of Olay and its famous Micro-Sculpting Cream Moisturizer years ago. The actress once revealed in an IGTV video that she’s a huge fan of the face cream and has used it for “12 to 15 years.” And for those hoping to try a jar for themselves, we’ve got some good news.
Olay Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream Moisturizer Original — $25.00
Was originally $33.50, now $25.12.
Vitamin C + Peptide 24 Brightening Eye Cream — $29.00
Was originally $39, now $29.
From now until Aug. 28th, the retailer is offering 25 percent off on dozens of its skincare goodies for its annual Birthday Sale. From its top-rated retinol cream to its new vitamin C brightening eye cream, there’s a slew of hydrating serums and bestsellers up for grabs, including Drew’s go-to moisturizer. So, if you’re looking to revamp your skincare routine (especially for fall, which tends to call for more hydration), now’s your chance.
Over the years, the Regenerist cream has amassed a huge following among skin-care lovers and celebs alike, selling more than 50 million bottles and garnering over 23,000 reviews. This, along with its affordable price point, nourishing formula and promise of fresher-looking skin continue to attract new beauty fans every day. Many even compare it to the pricier luxury moisturizers.
Not to mention, the moisturizer contains a ton of hydrating ingredients, including hyaluronic acid, glycerin and amino peptide — all of which can help rejuvenate and smooth the skin. But it’s the niacinamide that really helps the formula soar. From helping retain moisture to reducing inflammation, niacinamide can have a ton of positive effects on the skin.
“Niacinamide or vitamin B3 is a key ingredient to treat age-related skin changes, acne, and skin discoloration,” Alison Adams-Woodford, LE, from research and development at PCA Skin, previously told Well + Good. “It naturally calms the skin and provides dramatic skin brightening.”
All in all, when looking for a moisturizer, it’s best to pay attention to the ingredients and your skin type . In some cases, it may even be worth doing a swatch test on your hand. But if you’re not sure what may be right for you, you may just want to take a page out of Drew’s book. And if you are looking for a good moisturizer (or other skin-care essentials), you might as well check out the sale.
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